$9.00 – $40.00
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Strength of Aroma:
Sweet, dry, herbaceous-floral scent
Lavender use has been documented for over 2500 years. The ancient Egyptians used lavender for mummification and perfume. Romans used lavender oils for cooking, bathing and scenting the air and the name is derived from the Latin verb lavare—which means, “to wash.”
Uses vary from: household cleaning products to deodorizers, candles and food products. It is known for its antiseptic and antibiotic properties that can kill bacteria, alleviate the effects of bee stings and migraines, heal burns and ward off moths in clothing closets. The fragrance of lavender is also used for calming horses, promoting deeper and longer sleep and balancing emotions. Aromatherapy owes its existence to lavender. Essential oils are used to bring healing and balance to the body.
We love using Lavender. I always have it on hand in our 1st Aid Kit. I love its versatility.
Some Useful Tips:
- relax a child going through a fever. Place a few drops on bottom of soles.
- Place a a drop or 2 neat on minor cuts and burns.
- Diffuse 2-3 Drops for purification and calming the space.
The energy in Lavender creates a sense of Peace and Love around us.
- adds tremendous flavor to specialty dishes and teas as well.
Please Remember all these Essential Oils are CONCENTRATED so you NEVER need more then a FEW DROPS.
A 10ml bottle with hold 120drops. and your using 1-2 drops per application.
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